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Jun 2, 2022

The $93-billion plan to put astronauts back on the Moon

Posted by in categories: economics, government, policy, space travel

Returning to the Moon will represent a vital step for the preservation of our collective future. Though space colonization may indeed prove more challenging than was initially anticipated, the rise of commercial spaceflight and the cooperation of industry and government (as described in this article) may open new doors. It is my hope that economic and policy innovations will further incentivize space colonization and pave the way towards a future where everything we are and everything we will be can continue to prosper into distant tomorrows. As a synthetic biologist, I hope to contribute towards ensuring that humans can thrive in space and on other worlds. I am extremely excited about these contemporary Moon missions!

#space #spacecolonization #spacetravel #nasa #spaceindustry #future #tech #inspiration

The world’s most powerful rocket will make a trip around the Moon in 2022 — a step towards landing people there in 2025, and part of the US Artemis programme.

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Jun 1, 2022

NASA chooses two companies to build spacesuits for its 21st century Moonwalkers

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Interesting news:

Trump launched the Artemis program which aimed to land astronauts on the Moon again. The interesting news is that Biden has continued this program instead of deciding on some different goal. First, Biden awarded the Artemis Human Landing System to SpaceX’s Starship and now his administration has made another big move.

NASA had spent over $400 million over the past decade trying to create spacesuits for a new Moon landing without much success. Instead of spending more money, they have now shut down this program and have awarded big bucks to two competing companies to finish this program. One of these companies is Axiom Space which is also well into the process of creating a replacement for the ISS. The last interesting Axiom Space move is that they flew four private astronauts to the ISS less than two months ago, using Crew Dragon. (And have much more lined up for the future.)

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Jun 1, 2022

The plan to put humans back on the Moon stems from this 15-year-old document

Posted by in categories: policy, space, space travel

The Global Exploration Strategy is a blueprint for understanding space policy today.

15 years ago, the Global Exploration Strategy set out the space policy agenda on course to put humans back on the Moon as soon as possible.

May 31, 2022

Go up SpaceX’s Starship-catching robotic launch tower with Elon Musk!

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, robotics/AI, space travel

May 31, 2022

10 years ago, SpaceX debuted its greatest innovation yet — and paved the way for an even bigger one

Posted by in categories: innovation, space travel

On May 31, 2012, a SpaceX Dragon capsule touched down to Earth after successfully launching into space and docking with the ISS. The private space industry would never be the same again.

May 31, 2022

The Super Nations Are Going To Fight Against An Evil Enemy From Space?

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Although the media has reported that the Zuma Spacecraft had failed right off the ground many believe that this was all a lie made to essentially make people forget about it.

This has only been further proven by the mysterious flash that appeared on the night’s sky causing a ton of ground shaking over thousands of miles in Russia.

May 31, 2022

Elon Musk Says His “Questions Philosophy” Has Helped Him Succeed

Posted by in categories: business, climatology, Elon Musk, space travel, sustainability

Musk’s focus on asking and answering the right questions has played a major role in the Tesla CEO’s success, as recently reported by With the billionaire’s net worth floating around $200 billion, even critics have to admit that a few different factors put Musk in that position, and his business savvy is definitely one of them.

Beyond being a founder of both Tesla and SpaceX, Musk’s brands have increased mainstream awareness of both EVs, a necessary step forward for the climate, and for space exploration, a huge and growing industry, for lack of a better description.

But asking the right questions is central to Musk’s ethos as a CEO, and he’s revealed this time and time again. Musk’s leadership style has discouraged the chain of command mentality in favor of the free flow of information, and he has used this to encourage anyone to search for the right questions at the right times — a strategy crucial to Musk’s approach.

May 28, 2022

Warp drive experiment to turn atoms invisible could finally test Stephen Hawking’s most famous prediction

Posted by in categories: particle physics, quantum physics, space travel


The experiment will investigate the Unruh effect, which is produced by a mixture of quantum mechanics and special relativity.

May 28, 2022

Elon Musk Throws Dogecoin a Lifeline

Posted by in categories: cryptocurrencies, Elon Musk, space travel

Elon Musk will soon allow Dogecoin to purchase SpaceX merchandise.

May 28, 2022

Boeing’s Starliner lands in the desert — and brings NASA one step closer to a key strategic goal

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Starliner’s path to success has been turbulent.

This flight has been a long time coming. It brings NASA one step closer to a goal it’s had for some years now: To rely on multiple private space companies to transport astronauts and supplies between the ground and the ISS. But Starliner’s path has been turbulent. For NASA, even if the ascent was a success, it was still well behind schedule.

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